Many of you probably wonder how vegetarians, vegans and gluten-free enthusiasts manage to survive the temptation of holidays by being generally good. You’ll see in the following featured blogs that having a green diet is not so bad at all!
This blog post is a good source for anyone who wants to have a look at how vegetarians and vegans can also have it good. This post features recipes for White Chocolate Chip and Orange Biscotti, Roasted Chickpeas, and Cornmeal-Crusted Tofu. Have a look at how this diet can be as colorful as it gets.
You don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this warm heart bowl of comfort, especially in this season. The recipe is easy to make and can be your staple in the next few weeks.
This blog entry features papperdelle or fresh pasta topped with eggplant ragu with fresh ricotta on the side. Vegetarians will love this meal, and vegans can easily make some adjustments to celebrate the flavor. But who says this dish won’t be enjoyed by other people?
This is for gluten-free enthusiasts who would like to make their own yummy lemon bars. In addition to the recipe, read up on the introduction which will inspire you to address child hunger. The post has a list of initiatives you can take part in; and of course, do not forget the sweet, lemony treat at the end.
Life’s Ambrosia shares a recipe for a bowl full of veggie goodness with green beans, tomatoes and pearl onions. The color will definitely remind you of Christmas but the taste is something you’ll likely enjoy that this vegetable dish can be a highlight on your holiday table.